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A Poet in San Francisco [Philippines]:
"BARBARA Jane Reyes started writing poetry as an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley, where she also served as editor of the Filipino-American literary publication Maganda. Since then, her poetic works have appeared in the following anthologies: Babaylan (Aunt Lute, 2000), Eros Pinoy (Anvil, 2001), InvAsian: Asian Sisters Represent (Study Center Press, 2003), Going Home To a Landscape (Calyx, 2003), Not Home But Here (Anvil, 2003), Pinoy Poetics (Meritage, 2004), Red Light: Superheroes, Saints and Sluts (Arsenal Pulp, 2005) and Graphic Poetry (Victionary, 2005).

In this interview, Barbara tells us what it’s like to be a Filipino poet writing about her homeland in San Francisco."
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